MINUTES OF ZONING HEARING BOARD MEETING
The zoning hearing board of
04-19 7:30 P.M. Carolann Pomponi, 3660 Wilmore Street is seeking a variance from section 190-211 E (7) (c)  to place a fence in excess of 4 feet in height, less than 1:1 ration of open to structural area and non-wooden materials in a front yard of a MDR district.
Witnesses: Carolann Pomponi, Brian Monahan Esq., opponents Ronald and Barbara Buckland.
A motion to deny petition as presented was made by Charles Roseberry, second by Cherie Kavanaugh was passed by unanimous vote.
04-20 Anthony S. Marina, 3342 Kaywood Drive is seeking relief from sections 190-42 A (1) and 190-42 C for lot area and depth, to construct a single family residence on a vacant lot in an MDR district at 1312 Wayne Street.
Witnesses: Anthony Marina, Louis and Bernice Beahm.
Hearing is continued to July 7, 2004.
04-21 Barbara Haigh, 2111 Eugene Street, is seeking a variance from section 190-42 F (1), to construct an attached 2 car garage less than 10 feet from a side property line in an MDR district.
Witnesses: Barbara Haigh, Lee Smith.
A motion to grant request as presented was made by Cherie Kavanaugh, second by Charles Roseberry and all in favor.
04-22 Global Sign Industries is seeking relief from sections190-184 A (3) (a), 190-184 A (3) (b)  and 190-161 D (1) to erect freestanding and wall signs in excess of size and color requirements at Dunkin Donuts, 2500 Nazareth Road.
Witnesses: Christopher Brophy, Reddy Kuruganti, Prascid Chalikonda, Dawn Mazzie and Warren Gilyck.
A motion by Charles Roseberry and second by Cherie Kavanaugh to allow the existing 4’ x 8’ box sign and 8’ x 2’8” channel sign which were previously permitted, in addition to a free standing menu board of the size presented but without the extension wing signs, a 10’ high freestanding pylon sign with a maximum face area of 32 square feet, and all colors as presented was passed with all board members in agreement.
04-23 Joseph and Eileen Tilli, 1773 Blush Court, Easton, PA, are seeking a special exception and variance from sections 190-199 C (3) and 190-199 F (2) to expand a non-conforming use and change from one non-conforming use to another at 629/635 27th Street, in a HDR district.
Witnesses: Joseph Tilli, David Colver.
Charles Roseberry motioned to approve the requested use with the stipulation that a parking plan showing 21 spaces, meeting the requirements of our codes for size and access, within but not expanding the footprint of the plan presented, and with all excess impervious coverage, if any, to be reverted to grass areas. Motion was seconded by Cherie Kavanaugh, with all in agreement.
Witnesses: Charles Spaziani, Esq., Barry Fehnel
Zoning Board Chairman, Dan Caravetta, recused himself from this hearing. Cherie Kavanaugh made a motion to grant the variance as requested, with Charles Roseberry seconding the motion, making the decision unanimous.
Having no further business to discuss, the hearing was adjourned.
John A. Embardino